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Posted on February 2, 2015 by Kendra

Shawn William Clarke does a few things (really, really well). By day he’s an integral part of our filtration team at Steam Whistle Brewing. By night he’s a talented singer/songwriter whose latest critically acclaimed album “William” was awarded runner up in Now Toronto’s Best Singer/Songwriter poll. We got a chance to catch up with Shawn last week to ask him a few questions about his own musical tastes before his upcoming show at the Wavelength pop up event at Hunt Club this Friday. What would be your dream venue to play in Toronto? The ultimate dream for me would be […]


Posted on October 9, 2013 by Marina

Apply and show us your stuff! We are looking for group(2+) exhibitions by emerging artists to showcase in our unique gallery space. Our location at the historic John St. Roundhouse provides a great backdrop for art shows in the city which we have been hosting since 2000. What do we provide? Commission-free and rent-free space for a month long show. Your opening night reception, with us providing food, music and bar service for 250 people. Assistance with Art Show promotion: website event calendar listing; e-news, Twitter, & Facebook Mentions; Press Release sent to media. What do we ask in return? Just […]


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Posted on May 10, 2012 by Marina

May is CONTACT Festival month in Toronto. The largest photography festival in the world that is held in Toronto. The festival increases exposure and recognition for local, Canadian and international artists with 1000 exhibits at almost 200 venues. Steam Whistle Brewery is one of these venues and in May we are hosting  Building Storeys – a photo exhibit of transportation in Toronto. The exhibit is co-curated by Christopher Hume of the Toronto Star and Gary Miedema, Chief Historian at Heritage Toronto. Photo: Toni Wallachy Building Storeys is a visual documentation and anecdotal exhibit of Toronto’s cherished – and in some cases, somewhat unknown – heritage buildings and sites. The project […]